Liverpool star man Mohamed Salah demands £500,000-a-week to extend contract at Anfield according to the Mirror
Liverpool attacker Mohamed Salah is reportedly asking for an hefty £500,000 per-week wage demand to stay at Anfield for the foreseeable future, according to the Mirror.
Mohamed Salah currently has two years remaining on his Liverpool contract. The Reds are seemingly keen to offer their superstar a new long-term contract to tie him down at the club he first joined back in 2017.
However, according to the aforementioned source, Mohamed Salah is likely to demand a hefty weekly wages of £500,000. It would be more than double what he is currently earning at Liverpool. If the Reds agree to Salah’s demands, it would make the Egyptian the highest paid player in Liverpool history.
However, Liverpool do not like offering their players such large wages. Hence it is highly unlikely Mohamed Salah will have his way when the two parties sit down to negotiate a new contract. It is believed Salah will eventually receive a pay rise but not as hefty as he is demanding due to the current financial circumstances.
Mohamed Salah has been one of Liverpool’s best signings in their illustrious history. The 29-year-old attacker has so far scored 127 goals in 206 appearances for Liverpool, helping the club win the Champions League and the Premier League title.
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